The unwelcome break in football has been tough to take but it has allowed some Premier League stars to get back fit before the season’s hopeful resumption.
Bournemouth goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale has admitted it would be cruel for the Premier League season to be ended now and the Cherries suffer relegation.
Brighton boss Graham Potter believes dealing with the mental strain of living in isolation is one of the biggest challenges facing his players at present.
Italian national manager Roberto Mancini has urged Chelsea defender Emerson Palmieri to return to Italy, due to a lack of opportunities at Stamford Bridge.
Many players admit to struggles in life after they hang up their boots but Southampton striker Danny Ings appears to have a plan.
Southampton forward Michael Obafemi says he’s still coming to terms with what it means to be a professional footballer in a bid to have a long-term career.
Former Scotland international Alan Hutton has been impressed with Rangers’ keeper Robby McCrorie and his attitude on his loan spell with Livingston.
Lille are set to tell rivals they must fork out at least 100million euros if they wish to secure the services of Victor Osimhen this summer.
Atalanta captain Alejandro Gomez says he can dare to dream about winning the Scudetto this season after a fine run of form.
Bayern Munich boss Hansi Flick has assured supporters the players are working hard behind the scenes ahead of a hopeful return to Bundesliga action.